Due to an alleged design defect, the earplugs do not maintain a tight seal and may have caused hearing problems for some soldiers. More than 140,000 veterans and active duty personnel are now suing 3M, claiming that the manufacturer knowingly sold defective earplugs to the military.
Talc products like Johnson's Baby Powder have been linked to ovarian cancer and mesothelioma. Thousands have filed lawsuits against Johnson & Johnson.
Dicamba is an herbicide that allegedly can move offsite, reducing crop yield. Many farmers have filed lawsuits against manufacturers seeking compensation for crop losses.
Juul Vaporizers (E-Cigarettes)
Juul's vape oil contains nicotine, a highly addictive substance. Many of these oils also contain otherwise innocuous substances that may become harmful when vaporized and inhaled.
An herbicide rising in popularity in the United States, Paraquat is a toxic chemical designed to kill weeds and increase agricultural yields. Those exposed to it may be affected by potential links to Parkinson’s disease.
A car accident can cause an injury in a second’s time. Broken bones, deep wounds, and brain trauma are all the potential products of a motor vehicle collision.
A slip-and-fall accident may seem innocuous, but almost half of brain injuries are the result of such incidents. Slip-and-fall accidents can also result in broken tailbones, wrists, and ankles.
The brain contains our memories, our fears, and our sense of identity. That is why a traumatic brain injury can feel like a part of oneself has been stolen.
Data breaches often lead to identity theft and financial losses. They have become increasingly common in recent years and can lead to massive lawsuits.
Toxic Chemical Exposure
If you suspect that you or a loved one were injured or suffered property damage or financial loss as a result of exposure to a toxic chemical, you may be eligible for a lawsuit.
For decades, millions of workers may have been exposed to asbestos. Every year thousands of Americans are diagnosed with mesothelioma, a disease linked to asbestos.
The U.S. is projected to have more than seven million drones by 2020. But drone technology may still be far away from preventing collisions.